Extrinsic Factors Impacts of Motivation on Job Commitment among the Employees of the Private Banks in Bangladesh

Most. Ayasha Siddiqua


The commitment of employees is an integral component of corporate survival. Studies have found that determination has a significant influence on the effective overall performance of a company. An overly optimistic worker may consider that the company's dreams and ideals may have a more powerful option to belong to the employer and show more commitment to the organization. If human assets are said to be the most outstanding property of an organization, dedicated human assets should function as an entity's strategic advantage. The commitment of workers complements overall process efficiency. Motivation, motivating employees to expend time and electricity leading to the major corporation's performance, is a crucial indicator of this dedication. Because of this reality, the relationship between encouragement and commitment is a growing hobby in knowledge. Several studies carried out on inspiration and dedication; however, studies on relations between distinct motivation and remarkable commitment focus are hardly investigated-factor evaluation, SEM, which means structural equation modeling techniques used for knowledge assessment. The impacts have demonstrated that all extrinsic components have significant and widespread employee influences. This looks at the correct amount of knowledge on the importance of extrinsic influences in enhancing employee involvement within Bangladesh's non-public commercial banks.

Keywords: extrinsic factors, Motivation, Private commercial banks, employee commitment, Bangladesh

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/11-4-01

Publication date: February 28th 2021

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